Pakistan seamer Hasan Ali is arguably one of the most fun-loving characters in the team and freely keeps performing antics on the field. It wasn't any different on day 3 of the Boxing Day Test against Australia when the crowd grooved to his dancing moves while Ali was fielding on the boundary.
The incident occurred during the 53rd over of the innings bowled by Aamer Jamal. Ali, fielding on the boundary, suddenly started some moves, with the crowd joining him and doing it enthusiastically. Cricket Australia released the video of the same on X and it has gone massively viral. Aussie batter Steve Smith was also spotted grinning at the incident
Pakistan's bowling unit breaks the game open as Australia find the runs hard to come by:
Meanwhile, Mohammad Rizwan and Jamal offered some resistance after Pakistan started the day at 194-6. Rizwan was the first wicket to fall of the morning as he departed for 42. Jamal and Shaheen Shah Afridi hit some boundaries before Australia closed the innings out on 264, headlined by Pat Cummins' fifer.
Mir Hamza and Shaheen Shah Afridi breathed fire with the ball, with the latter dismissing Usman Khawaja and Marnus Labuschagne cheaply just before lunch. Hamza, meanwhile, got the better of David Warner and Travis Head in consecutive deliveries, reducing the hosts to 16-4.
However, Mitchell Marsh and Steve Smith built a potential match-defining 153-run partnership to bring their side back in the game. At stumps, Australia's lead was 241, but they would want more to sit comfortably in the contest.